Is REPL broken? Repl doesn't like consecutive slashes
I haven't been able to write any Python using floor division/integer division or do double slash comments in Java and so on for months, on ANY project. I assumed this would be patched, but maybe it's on my end.
Whenever I try to type consecutive slashes, the editor doesn't let me. After I type the first slash, even if I force the second with a copy-paste, the editor won't let me type anything more until I delete the slash.
This makes it very hard to write a lot of programs that need it, wondering if anyone else has this problem and if repl staff are aware?
Is it a problem with your keyboard? Try trying two slashes in the search bar of your browser
I don't see any floor division on the repl you provided; could you show what you code you use? Maybe a screen recording or something that shows how you can't type after you type the slashes? Also, maybe try copying pasting this slash -->
/ (thought you probably have the correct one).
Also, does this not work only on one repl? Try forking the repl.
Good luck! :)
I just tried it for a Java project, doesn't work there either. Same deal, type the first slash, second slash won't type. If I force the second slash with a copy-paste, it makes a comment as it should in Java, but I can no longer type anything anywhere in the editor until I delete the [email protected]
It may just be a server issue on your end, but idk